Warehouses Filled to Capacity Are the New Normal | GlobeSt

2022-09-24 00:12:34 By : Ms. Nancy Chen

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As the pandemic wanes, businesses large and small—and the logistics networks that move their goods—are dealing with earthquake-sized aftershocks that will take years rather than months to sort out.

Logistics networks that are the backbone of the US economy are struggling to adapt to disruptive shocks including the explosive growth of e-commerce and the near-collapse of the global supply chain, which at one point threatened to paralyze the movement of goods from ports to warehouses to consumers.

Nowhere is the strain more evident in a system pushed to the precipice of its breaking point than in the industrial warehouse sector.

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